About the Florida Maritime Partnership

The Florida Maritime Partnership (FMP) advocates for the state’s vibrant which represents 66,000 American jobs and total annual economic impact of $14.6 billion.

Our diverse membership include includes vessel owners and operators, shipboard and shoreside workers, shipbuilders and repair yards, equipment manufacturers and vendors, dredging and marine construction contractors, numerous maritime associations and national security organizations that all recognize a strong domestic maritime industry is critical for America’s economic, national, and homeland security, and is best supported by maintaining the Jones Act as the foundation of America’s domestic maritime policy.

Modeled after the American Maritime Partnership (AMP), FMP promotes America’s maritime policy that any vessel transporting goods or passengers between two points in the United States or engaging in certain activities in U.S. waters must be U.S. owned, U.S. built, and U.S. crewed.

FMP’s member companies include: Crowley Maritime, McAllister Towing, Overseas Shipholding Group (OSG), SEACOR, TOTE, Transportation Institute, American Maritime Officers, American Maritime Officers Service, American Waterways Operators, Eagle LNG, Great Lake Dredge & Dock, JAXPORT, Kirby Corporation, Marine Towing of Tampa and the International Brotherhood of the Teamsters. 

FMP MEMBERS

FMP Executive Committee

Crowley Maritime

McAllister Towing

Overseas Shipholding

SEACOR

TOTE

Transportation Institute

 

FMP Board Members

American Maritime Officers

American Maritime Officers Service

American Waterways Operators

Dredging Contractors of America

Eagle LNG

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock

Hendry Marine

JAXPORT

Kirby Corporation

Marine Towing of Tampa

Moran Towing

Seafarers International Union